January 19th, 2010|
On January 18th, Donald and Shirley Brown, were passengers in a Mitsubishi MU-2B-60 aircraft, owned by Mitts Corp., a subsidiary of Kenn-Air Corp. Donald and Shirley Brown are well known in the Vermillion, Ohio community and the greater Cleveland area. Donald Brown developed and patented, among other things, the very popular drop ceiling. He was also the owner of Donn Products in Westlake, Ohio, until he sold it to U.S. Grypsum of Chicago in 1986. News accounts relay a story of a brilliant and soft-spoken man. The Browns lived in an impressive estate on the shores of Lake Erie in Vermillion Township.
The crash of the Mitsubishi MU-2B-60 is under investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board who have now taken control of the accident site in Lorain County, Ohio. They will be looking and evaluating multiple factors that may have lead to the crash including, weather, visibility, pilot training, the pilot and co-pilot’s experience with this aircraft, mechanical failure and many other factors. With our vast aviation legal experience involving the crashes of many other small aircraft including a Mitsubishi MU-2B-36, which crashed in Utah during icing conditions, Nurenberg Paris has the background, intelligence and resources to get the answers the victim’s families deserve and protect the family’s legal interests. Crashes often involve multiple failures and require the experience of skilled and seasoned aviation experts who over many months will conduct a comprehensive investigation and ultimately determine the cause of an aircraft crash. The aviation attorneys at Nurenberg Paris have the background, experience, results and compassion to help the families of aviation disasters through the over whelming aftermath of an airplane crash.